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Alice Eichholz, Ph.D., C.G.
Director of Lifelong Learning and Online Initiatives
Professor of Liberal Studies - Psychology and Family History
Union Institute & University
: "As you probably guessed by now, family history is an organizing theme in my life. I came to it as an eight-year-old when I became curious about the towns in Virginia and North Carolina that had the same name as my maternal grandfather who died before I was born. Later, it became a hobby when I spent hours in the NYC 42nd Street Library searching for and writing to people all over the United States with the same name. This was long before the days of internet searching, computerized indexes and the wonderful Family History Library in Salt Lake City"